Displays a field that allows for users to type text and format it with a variety of style options. Output is saved as HTML. To get the raw character output, designers can use the Appian function fn!stripHtml() on the output. HTML output can be passed into Send E-Mail node or document generation smart services. Note that not all formats supported by the Rich Text Editor component may be supported by e-mail or document generation.
fn!richTextField() features include:
Supported Browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, IE11, Safari, and Mobile
Visit https://community.appian.com/w/the-appian-playbook/1378/end-user-rich-text-editor-component for more information.
Currently, we require the value to be saved upon keypress. Anyway that we can allow that?
Component Plug-ins were introduced in 19.1. Therefore, this requires at least 19.1 to be used.
The file available to download is a zip file, why not a jar file? I am getting Errors when deploying it in 18.4. Even after renaming the component from zip to jar
Does this plugin work in Appian 18.4?
pavansastrya please email email@example.com for support.
The component available for download here is the Plugin and not an application to be imported for use in designer
The Rich Text App.zip referred in the ReadMe.md for testing the plugin is not available for download
After deploying the plugin in a 19.1 environment and using the fn!richTextField example provided in the ReadMe.md, It just displays the title "Rich Text Field" in bold and nothing else. No editor is visible. Are there any other components missing from the Plugin?
Please advise/ help
I am getting an error when I try to import this package saying "The specified file does not contain a valid package and cannot be imported".
This is great
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